Herb by Nick Fraser

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Herb by Nick Fraser

London designer Nick Fraser presents these faceted terracotta plant pots at Clerkenwell Design Week in London this week.

Herb by Nick Fraser

Called Herb, the design for growing herbs on a kitchen windowsill will be on show with food and design collective DesignMarketo in association with the Barbican at the Farmiloe building.

Herb by Nick Fraser

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Herb by Nick Fraser

Clerkenwell Design Week takes place 24-26 May.

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Here are some more details from Fraser:


Over the next three days, we will be joining the Barbican, in partnership with DesignMarketo, at Clerkenwell Design Week to introduce our new product, Herb, as well as showcasing Three Oak Trees. The Barbican has a room on the second floor of the beautiful Farmiloe building, the central hub of the festival.

Herb gives a fresh take on the classic terracotta pot, finding a perfect balance between striking contemporary design and traditional material.

When displayed in multiples, Herb’s irregular form gives the illusion that each pot is unique, creating a landscape of contrasting shapes.

Ideal for growing herbs and other small plants, Herb was designed with the windowsill garden in mind and will soon be available to buy.


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Hall Stand
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Crystal Collection
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Plant pot
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    i'd buy these

  • http://www.dotgolf.it dotgolf

    How much? it's very beautiful for my plants! and original!